The club is proud to announce the safe arrival of our second St. Ayles Skiff. In the photo below Ian Clark can be seen accepting delivery from John Glover and the apprentices from the Trust in Port Glasgow.

The new skiff will be named and launched at approx 3pm on Saturday 4th June. All members and guests are invited to attend.

This weekend also sees a trip by Whiteforeland to Loch Eck.

Serious training is underway for the Cockenzie & Port Seton Regatta on 11th & 12th June. Anyone interested in entering should be at the club on Thursday night about 6pm to discuss with Adam (alternatively contact him on

Come along to Speir’s Wharf, Glasgow this Saturday, 4 June. We’ll have lots to do on the water including polo games, flat water slalom and lots of different boats for you to have a go in including wavehoppers and racing boats. The event will kick off at 10:30am and we’ll be running lots of different sessions during the day until 3pm.

This is about getting as many folk on the water as possible and trying to raise awareness of the Glasgow Paddlesports centre project. Come along and show your support for the paddling community to help build a fantastic facility for the future, while having a splash about with your pals.

If you’re an SCA member the event is free but if you’re not then you can enjoy the whole day for just £5 and get to try as many different activities as possible. You can book online through the SCA website shop.

Bring as many folk along as you can and tell all your friends about it, the more the merrier.

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If you’d like any further info then please feel free to get in touch with the email address:

Hope to see you all on Saturday.
Sarah Marshall

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